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Liszt, Franz (1811-1886)

Franz Liszt. Wilhelm von Kaulbach (1856).

Alternative last name spellings: Liszt Ferencz, Liszt Ferenc
Alternative fitst name spellings:  Franz Ritter von, Ferencz, Ferenc
Alias: –

“I believe in the restoration of internal connection of music with poetry, which allows a more free development of art that would be more in keeping with the spirit of the times.”



Description: Famous for his great virtuosic skill at the piano, Listz was a great composer of Romanticism that greatly influenced the development of music in later centuries. He was also a great teacher with a long list of students.
Sex: Male Occupation: Composer, Conductor, Teacher, Pianist.
Place of Birth / Death: Raiding, Kingdom of Hungary, Austrian Empire (Austria) / Bayreuth, German Empire (Germany). Country Tags: Hungary. Austria
Periods: Romanticism Genres:  Religious music, Choral music, Cantatas, Instrumental music, Chamber music, Orchestral music, Symphonic poem,Concert, Vocal music, Music for theater, Opera.
Styles: Romanticism, Virtuosist, Nationalism music. School / Group: New German School
Instruments: Piano Relatives: Adam Liszt (father), Georg Adam Liszt (grandfather), Barbara Liszt (Aunt).
Patrons: Esterházy. Master: Carl Czerny, Antonio Salieri, Anton Reicha, Ferdinando Paër.



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  • Burkholder, J. Peter. Jay Grout, Donald. Palisca, Claude V. (2015). Historia de la música occidental. Madrid: Alianza música.
  • Demko, M. (2003). Franz Liszt compositeur Slovaque. Suiza. L’Age d’Homme, 
  • Dömling, W. (1993). Franz Liszt y su tiempo, Madrid: Alianza editorial S.A
  • Gauthier, A. (1985). Liszt. Madrid: Espasa-Calpe, S.A
  • Llort, V. (2009). Franz Liszt cartas de un artista. Barcelona: Tizona.
  • Llort, V. (2011). Franz Liszt genio y rey. Barcelona: Tizona
  • Onnen, Frank. (1967). Enciclopedia de la música. Madrid: Afrodisio Aguado.